Month: May 2020

17: Max Girardo

 Max Girardo is the founder of Girardo & Co where he and his talented team offer the most up-to-date and accurate market knowledge relating to the sourcing, selling and valuation of classic cars. Working one-on-one with a growing list of loyal clients, they help automotive enthusiasts and collectors source […]

Leake Auctions Cancels Tulsa Auction

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced Leake to cancel its June 26-27 Tulsa Auction. “The health and safety of our customers and employees is our first priority,” said Gary Bennett, General Manager of the Leake Auction Division. “So, instead of an in-person auction, we our focusing all our efforts on our […]

Audrain Automobile Museum to Display Begovich Collection

As part of its mission to “Preserve, Celebrate and Share Automotive History,” the Audrain Automobile Museum in Newport, RI, is thrilled to announce that the Nicholas Begovich Collection has been acquired for future display. Comprising 14 post-war sports and grand touring cars, the collection represents the vision, fascination and lifetime […]

16: Steve Ahlgrim

Steve Ahlgrim has been buying and selling collectible automobiles for nearly 40 years. Along the way, he put his experience to good use judging several Concours a year. While his expertise is the Ferrari marque, his assignments have ranged from brass era Buicks to the most modern exotics. Steve is […]

From the Auction Desk: Barrett-Jackson Online Results

Online auctions are really cooking now. Barrett-Jackson wrapped up its first exclusively online sale on May 17. Preliminary results show that this wasn’t a typical Barrett-Jackson auction, but we knew that going into it. By my count, only four lots had the no-reserve status that we normally associate with a […]